Dublin Cycling Campaign received really positive feedback from the organisers and viewing public after our St. Patrick’s Day parade performance.
Today we are happy to see that the government has decided to make a real investment in cycling for Ireland with the roll out of a country wide cycling network with public transport connections for
As part of the Smart Dublin initiative, the 4 Dublin local authorities and Enterprise Ireland recently launched the €100k Small Business Innovation Research Challenge (
Dublin Cycling Campaign have been working assiduously over the past year and more to agree a major RESPECT campaign for all road users with Dublin City Council.
Dublin Cycling Campaign is one of many cycle advocacy groups making up the Irish Cycling Advocacy Network, Cyclist.ie.
With just a week to go to the parade, we are finalising plans for our cycling presence.
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Back in December, just days before the historic COP21 Paris Agreement, Dublin Cycling Campaign and
To be populated over the coming days
National Bike Week is the major promotional push for cycling each year.
Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie made yet another detailed written submission today - this time in response to the application by Kildare County Council for the Royal Canal greenway.
Plans for our cycling performance in the St. Patrick’s Day parade are really taking shape - special thanks to our Choreographer, Amy Kinlon, and Artistic Coordinator, Phil Murray!
In our GE16 Demands for Cycling, one of the top three is “Implement in f
Well done to our expert volunteers in Dublin Cycling Campaign who prepared the (PDF) submission below in response to the public consultation re: proposals for the Blackgle
Hurray! Dublin Cycling Campaign has been invited back into the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and we are looking for volunteers to be part of the cycling space.
The theme of the 2016 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin is “Imagine If” and it’s all about the future.
With the general election just around the corner, cyclists have set out their political demands!
David Timoney, head of Dublin Cycling Campaign’s research group on tackling bike theft, gives an update on progress.
Since the demise of the original Cycling Officer post in 2012, Dublin Cycling Campaign has been lobbying Dublin City Council to appoint a new Cycling Officer.
As the COP21 continued, ECF & WCA’s Transport Initiative Cycling Delivers on the Global Go
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